Question about LG LB1200ER Air Conditioner
Well with air conditioners, you need to plug them into a circuit in your house that you will not be using for anything else, whether that be lights, computer, etc... because portable a/c systems like that can take up to 15 amps which is what the average circuit is designed for. If you do have it as the only thing plugged into that circuit in your home, then it could be that the unit is going bad and is drawing too much current, or the electrical system in your house is not operating correctly. To which if it is either the unit or your electrical system and not just an overload of appliances, then you'll need to either get the a/c fixed or replaced, or have an electrician come out and check out the system.
But check to make sure you don't have anything else on that circuit of your house other then the a/c unit.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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